Celebration Assembly – 25th March 2022



Well done to our KS1 certificate winners shown below who earned awards for great reasons this week including hard work in all lessons, progress in English and maths. producing great results, listening to advice to improve their work and having a super attitude to learning.



Our Buddy award this week went to Orla for always smiling and making people happy! Thank you Orla for being a ray of sunshine around KS1.



In KS2 our winners were recognised across the curriculum for showing great work, brilliant attitude and all round effort in reading, maths, writing, group work, history, computing and geography.



It was brilliant to award two more pen licences this week for outstanding handwriting. Congratulations go to Edward (4B) and Isabelle (5BW) who have shown consistently well-formed, well-sized and well-spaced joined handwriting.



This week our Sports Superstars were 5BW (represented here by Oliver) who won the class sports award for teamwork during their ball skills PE lessons. Aaron in Class 3JD was our individual Sports Superstar this week for his amazing performance and effort during his tag rugby lessons. Well done to our sporting superstars!



Shout Outs!

This week our assembly ‘shout outs’ went to:

Tate (1B), Alec (5VW), Arlie (1B), Toby, Finley, Anakin, Harvey R (6D), All of the children that have helped tidy the KS2 playground, Class 4B and all of the adults that gave been interviewed by our Year 5 news reporters this week.

We had two outstanding lunchtime helpers this week who were given a shout out by Mrs Harkins and Ms Nichol. Thank you to Gracie and Jazmin, both great helpers and lovely girls as well!

A special shout out was also given to our KS2 choir who performed so brilliantly at ‘Southend Makes Music’ at the Cliffs Pavilion last night. They did the school, their parents and themselves extremely proud. We were also treated to a special performance by the choir in our assembly today.




Attendance

The KS2 Attendance cup was won this week by Class 4S, with 97% but it was Class 2B who recorded the best figure in school this week with 98% - Well done!



Team Points

Caernarfon our yellow team, narrowly won the KS1 team cup this week while in KS2 it was a tie with Windsor and Stormont sharing the weekly Team Cup in upper school.



A good week for Stormont as they close the gap on the other teams this week. Caernarfon are still out in front but have seen their lead cut to less than 20 points. The Race for the Friars Cup continues!



Congratulations to all of our winners this week!

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